Biscuit Sablé/Eggless French Shortbread Biscuits


For this month Home Bakers Challenge Priya chose popular French bakes and wanted to try the baguette but due to lots of work I couldn't.
Sables are melt in mouth crispy short bread cookies which is easy to make and its an egg less recipe too.As I had one stick of butter I halved the measurement and made.I used a small square cookie cutter and a round flower shaped,you can use any shape and make the cookies.Now off to the recipe...........................


Basic Information

Preparation time ~ 15 minutes
Baking Time 15-20 minutes
Makes ~ 10-12 (2 inch cookies)



Ingredients

IngredientQuantity
All purpose flour/maida11/4 cups
Powdered sugar1/4 cup+1tbs
Softened Butter/vennai1/2cup
Salta pinch
Vanilla Extract1/2 tsp
Milk1 tsp



Method


  • Beat the butter and sugar together until creamy and fluffy.Add in the vanilla extract,milk or water, beat for few minutes.
  • Now add the flour and salt, mix well and make a smooth dough.Divide the dough to two portions and roll each portion of the dough between two ungreased baking sheets and flatten slowly with a rolling pin.
  • Using a cookie cutter,cut the cookies from the rolled dough.With the help of a sharp spatula take the cookies and place it on a baking tray.
  • Preheat the oven to 350 F and bake it for 15-18 minutes or until its done.
  • Cool it on a wire rack and store it in an air tight container.



Enjoy.......................................................


  • If the dough is too crumbly then add a tsp of milk and mix it.
  • Store it after the cookies completely cool down.


6 comments:

Lovely clicks & the cookies look very tempting.

Addictive cookies...love every pic nalini...well done

very simple isn't it? Now a days, just by looking at your picture, i am able to figure it out its belong to your blog. you created your own individuality in your pictures..

Simple yet addictive cookies hope the kutties loved it. Love your presentation dear so cute...

Love the shape - Amazing and delicious looking cookies. Pics look so inviting. Thanks for this food guide.

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